This past weekend, we gathered in the garden to learn from food educator and Q Gardens co-coordinator, Sarah Carlisle. We… Read more Want to Get the Most Out of Your Produce? Here’s How…
After visiting the prized beehives of other community gardens, we began to dream of the day Q Gardens might have… Read more 12 Steps to Start a Community Beekeeping Project
On Sunday, October 29th from 2 – 5pm, Q Gardens will be hosting its second annual fall fundraiser! Here are… Read more Join Q Gardens on Oct. 29th for Soup Supper Sunday!
Start collecting your light-colored, natural fabric (linen, wool, silk, cotton) garments and scraps! We’re having our very first natural dye workshop. We’ll… Read more Join Q Gardens for a Natural Dye Workshop!
We are excited to announce that Q Gardens is launching a rooftop beekeeping project! Earlier this year, we received a $1,200… Read more Q Gardens Launches Rooftop Beekeeping Project!
On March 28th, 2015, after 2.5 years of organizing, we finally joined together with neighbors to clean up our already beloved… Read more Q Gardens Inaugural Clean-up Event
March 2015 Update: Thanks to the tireless work of our master cat-trapper, Elizabeth Champ, the WHOLE Q Gardens cat colony… Read more UPDATE: Q Gardens Raising Funds to Provide Proper Care to its Cat Neighbors
As cat breeding season is upon us, Q Gardens is kicking off an effort to trap-neuter-and-return (TNR) members of the… Read more The Q Gardens Feral Cat Colony – Kicking Off Efforts to Trap-Neuter-and-Return